Named 'The Trees', the custom-built Offset Acoustasonic features three kinds of premium tonewoods - all of which have mythological status.
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GreenFirst Forest Products, a Canadian lumber company, will buy five lumber mills and one newsprint mill from Rayonier Advanced Materials for $214 million.
The original date for compliance was June 25, and it remains so. The date could change to sooner, however.
Klaussner Home Furnishings, the eighth largest home furniture maker on the FDMC 300, announced it will discontinue its outdoor furniture products.
Woodworking machinery distributor Hermance Machine Co. has been acquired by fellow distributor Würth Baer Supply Co.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has begun its annual administrative review of wood cabinets and vanities exported to the U.S. from China.
An Oregon State University researcher says he has developed a new way to predict the future price of logs that uses readily accessible economic information.
The Canadian federal government will invest $800,000 to build a multi-use airport hangar using mass timber.
Custom residential furniture maker Lorts will raise prices on all incoming orders by 3 percent. The hike will begin April 12.